College Students

It’s never too early to start thinking about how you can set yourself apart from your fellow classmates. Let the WICPA help elevate your academic career. The WICPA serves as the bridge between the academic world and the professional business world.


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Ways to elevate your career

Join nearly 8,000 WICPA members and become connected to the profession. (Make sure to use your membership to your advantage. Don’t forget to add your membership to your resume!)

Write for CPA2B, sent to more than 3,000 students, faculty and professionals across Wisconsin. (Make sure to add your written piece to your interviewing portfolio.)

Join 100-plus CPAs in promoting accounting career opportunities to high school students through our High School Speaking Program.

Post your resume for our members to view on our post a resume section (Many of our young professional members are interviewing on your campus. Try something new and have them seek you out instead of you seeking them out.)

Volunteer to serve on our young professionals committee or the accounting careers committee. (Start building your network of professionals early and have fun getting involved with the profession!)

Connect with members at our events. The young professional’s committee is highly active in planning professional events with a hint of fun. (Check out the events calendar. See you there)


Join today and start becoming active in your lifelong career.


Already a member? Make sure to update your information with the WICPA. Don’t stumble along the path to being a CPA. Stick with the WICPA throughout your journey; we have multiple membership levels available  you.

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